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in studio with us former congresswoman jane harman who was the house intelligence -- the ranking democrat on the house intelligence committee. in a situation like this, what are your counterparts doing right now? what is the house intelligence, the senate intelligence committee members doing? what are members of the cia/fbi doing right now? >> well, congress needs to be briefed and i'm quite sure that the chief of staff of each committee, house and senate intelligence, is on the phone right now with either janet napolitano or a top aide. >> the head of the department of homeland security. >> and possibly with the white house as well. fran townsend was in the white house chair when i spent my time on the house intelligence committee, and she was the source of information. there will be concern, especially by the members of congress from boston or new york or washington. these are obviously places that have to be on heightened alert. and those members need to be briefed. i was listening to peter who is enormously qualified to talk about this. i think it's true that if it turns out to be a b
of the "weekly standard," former congresswoman jane harman, global security consultant michael hayden, and fox news analyst juan williams. congresswoman harman is a top former democrat on the house intelligence committee, what is your takeaway on the boston bombings? why did these guys succeed where so many have failed over the last decade? how do we respond better to protect the homeland? >> i think we responded very well here, but we have to be right 100% of the time. they only have to be right once. they exploited, obviously successfully, a weakness in how the bomb sniffing dogs and others were working at this marathon, which had a high police presence. obviously, next time, we will have more bomb sniffing dogs or whatever it takes, but i think, given our track record since 9/11 of preventing most of these things that have been tried by amateurs -- and i agree with phil mudd that these guys were amateurs -- i give us high marks, and the response of boston and the country has been absolutely magnificent. my final comment is this has been a national civics lesson for the country, and i think
the director of president and ceo of the woodrow wilson international center for scholars, jane harman is back with us on the show. >> we have important stuff to talk about. first, willie, update in the gwyneth paltrow story. she got hacked, hacked up by "the daily news," and the new york post so she decided to say, huh-uh. >> she is embracing her role as the most beautiful woman. >> she is just practically naked. what is that? >> red carpet dress. >> let's put that down. >> is that a family photo? >> that's crazy! >> high fashion. >> that is high fashion? >> that is high fashion. >> you know what? you know what? just -- >> harold is our fashion icon. >> all right. >> look at that tie! you look fantastic. >> no, i insist! >> you two guys, we got a lot to talk about today, mika. >> we do. >> including the dogs were barking yesterday. apparently nra. >> oh, yes! actually now i catch tsh that is just too bad because actually we were making requests to have some of the key players in this controversy on our show. we will have an update on what happened there. i think the future of this show is in
." former congresswoman jane harman. former c.i.a. director and now global security consultant general michael hayden. fox news political analyst juan williams. congresswoman jane harman is a former top democrat in the house intelligence committee. what is your take-away from the boston bombings. why did the guys succeed where so many failed over the last decade? how do we respond better to protect the homeland? >> we responded well here. we have to right 100% of the time and they only have to be right once. they exploited obviously successfully a weakness in how the bomb-sniffing dogs ants others were working at this marathon, which had a high police presence. obviously, next time we will have more bomb-sniffing tos or whatever it takes. i think given our track record since 9/11 of preventing most of these things, that have been tried by amateurs and i agree with phil mudd these were amateurs, i give us high marks. and the response of boston and the country has been absolutely magnificent. this has been a national civics lesson for the country. this guy will be interrogated effectivel
from a nasty court battle. abc 7 news i team is covering tonight. guard harman claims one competitor has changed the design on a guardrail end unit. and there are 600,000 of these across the country and california. >> the board locks up. the head kicks to the side flips around or that is what is rigid. cuts off legs and cuts people in half. >> the company making the unit says they're skpaf approved by the government and is trying to make money making false accusations. now, our dan noyes looks into that in an investigation tonight on at 11:00. >> and there is more still to come a frightening terrorist plot. you'll hear from authorities who foiled it just in time. >> tsa maybing changing its mind about what you're allowed to >>> on the heels of the boston marathon bombings authorities apparently thwarted a terror plot in canada. two men have been arrested for the plot calling for derailing a busy passenger train. intelligence officials say the men got help from an al qaeda cell based in iran and authorities had stepped in to arrest the man they say the royal canadian mounted police sa
battle. abc 7 news i team is covering tonight. guard harman claims one competitor has changed the design on a guardrail end unit. and there are 600,000 of these across the country and california. >> the board locks up. the head kicks to the side flips around or that is what is rigid. cuts off legs and cuts people in half. >> the company making the unit says they're skpaf approved by the government and is trying to make money making false accusations. now, our dan noyes looks into that in an investigation tonight on at 11:00. >> and there is more still to come a frightening terrorist plot. you'll hear from authorities who foiled it just in time. >> tsa maybing changing its mind about what you're allowed to omg, stop. jack, your new chipotle chicken club is craze amaze. annnd chipotle is totes trending. spicy crispy chicken, hickory smoked bacon, melting cheese, and smoky chipotle sauce plus fries and a drink for $4.99? that combo is chipot-cray. and chipotle is my hashtag faveflave. let me guess-you're the new social media intern. yeah! great. i'm late for a meeting. can you make some cop
to come. that is the cover story of this week's "time" magazine. up next, though, jane harman joins the conversation. you're watching "morning joe," brewed by starbucks. ♪ ♪ pnc bank is proud to bring back the father son challenge, in support of the arnold palmer hospital for children and part of our shared commitment to the next generation. learn more at pncfathersonchallenge.com many cereals say they're good for your heart, but did you know there's a cereal that's recommended by doctors? it's post shredded wheat. recommended by nine out of ten doctors to help reduce the risk of heart disease. post shredded wheat is made with only one ingredient: one hundred percent whole grain wheat, with no added sugar or salt. try adding fruit for more health benefits and more taste in your bowl. it's the ideal way to start your heart healthy day. try post shredded wheat. this has been medifacts for post shredded wheat. >>> a live look at capitol hill. welcome back to "morning joe." the sun is up over washington. it's a beautiful day. you need to get up out of bed if you're still in bed. joi
might get off no one thinks that's a possibility. i think, you know, jane harman on here on sunday was sort of indicative on this is that there is a lot of confusion between military tribunals and enemy combatants. can you be enemy combatant and not have anything to do with a military tribunal. >> what's worrisome here is that the administration's approach to this and its insistence and we have seen this repeatedly that the criminal justice system is the way to go is rooted, in my view, not so much that this is the most effective way to try them and certainly not rooted in the idea that this is the most effective way to gain intelligence. it's rooted in an international public relations idea that we must remain true to what is considered our values. the president has said as much that this is why we must do this. and it seems that the appearance of things, to the world is what the administration is worried about. as if by virtue of the fact that we try people in our civilian courts instead of elsewhere or don't call them enemy combatants we will somehow gain favor with those who wo
eyewitness account, tom hay, one of the marathon runners who witnessed the explosion in boston. jane harman is here, used to be a key member of the house homeland security committee. you see what's going on, jane. what goes through your mind? >> well, hopefully we don't see much more of this. as the police chief said, this is still an open incident. there may be more that may happen in boston. >> refusing to speculate about a possible motive or source. >> no, we don't know that and we don't know -- that's right. but there may be other bombs, there may be other events in boston or elsewhere. it's important, as fran townsend said earlier, that cities that are logical cities for some sort of incident like this be on high alert right now. >> if there were some sort of political motivation. >> that's right. if there were. we don't know there isn't. the good news is, as john king and i were saying, that these first responders are so dedicated and courageous, running to the problem as the people standing there are running away. ready to risk their lives to save the rest of us. i was the senior dem
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